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time and we see dozens of reports of tornadoes so far with damage being reported from indiana all the way, southbound, in to alabama and leak you said, many tornado watches out right now and this severe threat goes right through the evening, cold front, still, all the way back near st. louis. so, until that moves through we have the possibility of seeing not only tornadoes but damaging winds and reports of over 100 miles per hour and very large hail. and reports of softball sized hail. all the ingredients coming together like i mentioned, justy air, potent jet stream, and an intense low pressure system, and believe it or not on the back end of the low it is snowing around madison, milwaukee, and chicago likely to see a fewibls of snow. and now, the cities that will be most prone to seeing severe weather through the evening, toward cincinnati, southbound to nashville and western west virginia throughout the overnight. >>neil: and now one of the areas harvest hit, mi phone. mike, what does it look like? >>guest: looking windy right new. the back end of the waste of the weather. you
outbreak, sweeping across the midwest and southeast, leaving a trail of destruction in indiana, ken tucky and ohio, killing at least 27 people. the death toll could continue to rise throughout the night as we receive updates from local authorities. some of the worst damage is in southern indiana. the violent weather there killing at least 13 people. one local sheriff is urging everyone to exercise extreme caution. >> there has been a state of emergency declared here in clark county. so if you are on the roads and you are just gawking, please stay home. you are not helping us. but if you -- if you have a need, please, don't be afraid to call us. but if we will enforce the state of emergency. we have guys working their tails off, trying to make this thing a workable deal. and it's just an unbelievable disaster. >> and joining us on the phone now is rod russell. he is the spokesman for the indiana joint information center. good morning to you. what can you tell us about the latest death toll? >> caller: friday afternoon, a tornado swept through southwestern indiana. currently, we have 13 con
. a southern indiana town completely wiped out. several people are reported dead in area and the numbers are expected to rise. we'll check in with rick reichmuth at the fox news weather center in a bit. joining us now on the phone, john gordon, meteorologist near kentucky. john, what can you tell us about the area and what you are hearing about the damage throughout this area? >> bret, that is going on, we had super cell thunderstorms producing storms in indiana. we're in the process we are still issuing tornado warnings south and east of louisville area. significant damage obviously. loss of life in southern indiana, which we are very sad about. we're still trying to issue warnings from the national weather service to protect life and property across kentucky and the eastern side, cutting toward the lexington area. south of there right now. >> bret: just to be clear, for people listening in. warning means a tornado has been sighted or is on the ground somewhere. people need to act quickly. >> bret: absolutely. the prediction center put out a dangerous situation this morning. we had info
of indiana. one town of 1900 people is completely gone. of course, this comes just two days after a twister outbreak destroyed parts of the region. right now these dangerous storms are still on the move. new video just into fox news shows how powerful these storms were across southern indiana. homes left in piles of wood and metal. right now crews are searching desperately for survivors. we also have our first amateur video showing one of those huge tornadoes. this twister tearing through rural indiana. officials there say at least five people are now confirmed dead and the damage goes on for miles and miles. we'll have a live report from a storm tracker in the area now. first though show you exactly what we are talking about. a twister struck a high school in the town of henryville which is directly north of louisvilleville, kentucky. we are told there were people inside who got out safely. and in the nearby town of marysville, the sheriff's office reports there is absolutely nothing left. the storm also shut down cincinnati's airport, one of del taps major hubs. officials there say the fi
boxes here, parts of tennessee and kentucky, and maybe indiana, and ohio, also, that is the bull's i didn't. it will happen probably in the next three or four hours. there will be numerous tornadoes on the ground. we are seeing that across areas of the ohio river valley, harrisburg to the west of that they will clear out here. and the storm they had there today not as bad as in the east. you can see the cells lining up, exploding cross the same areas. to the north of louisville, cutting right around evansville, pretty big founds and in louisville a lot of rotation so that is scary. a big area under threat here. you can see all of this red, the moderate risk and this morning, a high risk. they do this less than ten times a year with that kind of a threat but it includes cincinnati, through louisville, lexington, and around the nashville area under a high risk for tornadoes. very rough situation on our hands and it will go in to the overnight hours toward the eastern side of this and. and headed in to the carolinas and the bull's eye right across the ohio river valley. >>shepard: watch
. >>> indiana republican senator dick lugeer avoided embarrassing confrontation with the local election officials but correspondent steve brown reports he faces a tough re-election channel from the right. >> i am a hoosier. >> but the six-term republican senator ability to vote in indiana had been in doubt. election officials recently ruled lugeer's only home of 30 plus years in the d.c. su push of mclane, virginia, made the indiana voter registration invalid. late this morning, 600 miles away in an indianapolis courthouse. >> we agreed to disagree about the original decision. and we just semily put that behind us. >> with a late settlement, hammered out between attorneys. lugeer will reregister to vote at the family farm. >> people of indiana recent this kind of interference. an i think they are going to illustrate that with their vote. >> recent partisan polls unchallenged by lugeer's campaign suggest the opposite. >> citizen united survey has lugeer down to a single digit advantage in the primary less than seven weeks away. in a state where all campaign buttons are valuable political
school bus through the front of a diner in henryville, indiana, plus an entire town has been wiped off the map by devastating twisters. we will go live to the hardest hit areas. >>dave: and gas prices climb for the 25th straight day. there is no end in sight. can anything be done to ease your pain at the pump? >> it could cost you billions to bail out the auto industry but chevrolet is pulling the plug on the volt with poor sales. "fox & friends" begins right now. >>alisyn: good morning, everyone, and right to the breaking news, it has been devastated throughout the midwest. we are waking up to the weather alert because deadly twisters have torn up the country. >> tons of hopes ripped to pieces days after around round of tornadoes and some of the west damage in southern indiana, tornadoes leave 14 people dead there. >> we have total destruction in northeast clark county. and we have total destruction in parts of southern scott county. we have total destruction in parts of washington county. we have multiple fatalities that we are aware in the three counties. >>clayton: a dozen people k
against the clock to find survivors still stuck in this rubble. we're live in indiana with the latest. >> dave: and mitt romney steals another victory taking the washington state caucuses. is this the momentum he needs just two days before super tuesday, clayton? >> thank you, dave. the next time you want to fly you may want to listen to your flight attendant and turn off your cell phone. how a passenger's blackberry causes chaos in the sky. are you paying attention? ♪ >> good morning, everybody, thanks for waking up early with us, we know you want to know what happened through the midwest and the south. we begin with a fox news weather alert, the death toll from the twister outbreak is up to 38 people, and towns have been leveled and people's lives were destroyed in a blink of an eye. >> we looked through the back window in the basement and see the debris flying by and when it was done i, walked in the front porch and told the neighbor he'd lost his building. >> that man describing what he went through in piner, kentucky and we're hearing similar stories from all over the south an
you can modify the arrangement that the state has with yunce. look at mitch daniels in indiana, it was much harsher than what scott walker did in wisconsin and it seems like he turned the state around. >> governor christie in new jersey did the same thing. he balanced two budgets without raising taxs and he got the democrata-controlled legislature to modest increases. and the problems is unies have monopoly power. >> easy for you to say, david. >>> and the average working family trying to meet their mortgage can't get a competitive bid on working their town. >> morgan, let's concentrate on what works and what seems to work is what indiana did. changing their relation and a right to work state . new jersey changing its relationship with public sector unions as well >> yes, that is the point. unions are in many places starting to come down. >>> and they were dragged kick screaming. they didn't want the change in indiana or new jersey. >> they were dragged kick scream the changes are come that's because new lawmakers are come nothing the office. >> what wisconsin is going through
will be. they are searching for survivors and twisters crushing indiana towns and pars of kentucky cut off from the rest of the world. and we have live coverage from hardest hit parts of alabama and indiana and fox extreme weather center. we have breaking news coverage in henriville, indiana. >> mike? >> uma, it is hard to look in henriville and not see destruction from the battered cars to the school buses knocked off their frames. look at the window and it looks like it was hit with baseballs. that was the impact of the forceful winds. looking in the parking lot of the high school here in henriville. cars were marked with spray paint. they check them off and remarked that no one is still inside . we have amature video from dine doin. they can see the funnel cloud form taking shape and slowing reaching down to earth it did deadly detruction . cruised before bouncing up in the sky. it was awesome and terrifying and they couldn't help but watch it until the final second. >> it was scary. and last second. it got to the bottom of the hill. i jumped in the bathtub and waited it out. >> you tal
weather is endangering millions of people, indiana more than a dozen have been killed. a string of storms barreling down wiping out small towns leveling countless buildings damaged and torn apart. kentucky, reports of 19 killed. national guard and state police are out in full force searching the wreckage for those missing beneath the rubble and debris. ohio also digging out. three deaths record there. the storm crushing blocks of homes leveling everything in their past. we have extensive team coverage beginning with mike tobin. >> reporter: i'm standing next to a school bus that had dropped students to sheik shelter. you can see where it's located now. it is inside the bud rose restaurant. this was bought back by bud rose just one month and one day ago. they served the high school out here. we've seen bud rose and his family to clean this place up. they had the place open for a short period of time, looked across the street. saw the bus rolling in their direction. one of the things bud rose is glad to tell me, they got everyone down in the basement and no one was hurt inside the restauran
in henryville, indiana. check in with mike tobin, first. >> rick, everywhere is a profound scene of destruction. this house the roof the house was blown off. the location is right across the street from the henryville high school where students were sheltering in place. the local emergency authorities say this is proof that the air early warning system worked because of all of the people sheltering in the high school only one person was killed. i want to show you amateur video out of pe pekin indiana where you can see the funnel cloud forming in the sky and reaching its fury and reaching down toward the earth and cutting its path of destruction. we now know from the national weather service debris was pulled some 5,000 feet in the air before it was deposited. we also know as the tornado was working its way along the ground four people on that particular scene were are killed. marysville indiana. wiped out an entire town. back out here live you can see the power crews restoring power engaged in what is now the primary activity. there are no more people unaccounted for so the primary activities a
of survival are surfacing, including a two-year-old girl found alive in a field, miles from her indiana home. i'm shannon bream. we begin on the road in ohio. carl is bound for columbus. hello. >> reporter: hi, shannon. we are headed toward columbus on 91 north here, in the buckeye state, where all the candidates are absence, but all eyes are turned. mitt romney's campaigning in tennessee with rick santorum and newt gingrich is in virginia, doing the sunday morning talk shows, romney's victory in washington state has given him new momentum. there is a new poll out that suggests that the race has tighten and santorum's lead has disappeared and it's a virtual tie, only 2 points ahead of the margin of error of the poll and fully 70% of republicans in ohio believe that ultimately, mitt romney will be the nominee. it has prompted a debate, shadow boxing between santorrum and gingrich over which one should drop out, in order for the other to coalesce conservatives and provide an alternate testify mitt romney. they were duking it out on the sunday shows this morning on exactly that subject. listen.
and the violent storms demolishing small towns in indiana and cut off rural communities in kentucky and lives lost, devastating. at least 35 people killed in friday's storms and that doesn't include the 13 deaths from tornados earlier this week, and even with 48 now confirmed dead. many say that number could still go up. we've got fox news team coverage for you today. mike tobin in henriville, indiana, elizabeth is in harvestville, indiana and marine molina in the extreme weather center. mike in indiana, mike, what's the situation there? >> well, kelly, everywhere you look there's a remarkable story, a remarkable scene of destruction, take, for instance, this school bus, this was a school bus that was getting students home when you first got the report that bad weather was on its way. because of the bad weather, they couldn't get all of the students home, so they returned to the henriville high school. as soon as all the students got on the bus, got shelter inside of the high school, the tornado hit. and this bus was across the street. look at it now, it was tumbled across the road
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following the story from the beginning and joins us live from henryville, indiana. good morning to you. >> hey, gretchen. yeah, it was such a big story around here and really kind of the story that everybody was holding on to for hope for baby angel babcock who was a 14-month-old lone survivor in her family. her parents, 2-year-old brother and infant sister were in the storm together, huddled together in the hallway of a trailer. she was the only survivor until yesterday, her extended family had to make the decision to pull her off of life support. and she died at 4:10 p.m. yesterday. the extended family members had been talking a little bit, take a listen to what one of them had to say. >> it's very hard to imagine that we lost all of them. >> we've been through a lot, everything. and as anyone can imagine. >> losing an entire family, the grandparents are alive and grieving. extended family members who were with angel over the last couple of days and certainly making a heartbreaking decision. that just one of the stories that starts to trickle out here and then now they're having to
and devastation along some of those areas and pile up about one to three inches of snow for parts of indiana, eastern kentucky. that is not good news. another part of the problem is the chilly temperatures. that temperatures are hovering around freezing southern indiana into eastern kentucky and some of the higher elevations of west virginia. we already have some of those rain snow hours in parts of ohio and virginia and eastern kentucky. but because the atmosphere is relatively dry, cold front aside from the tornadoes that dry air will be evaporating some of that moisture before it hits the ground. you get snow showers but not seeing a lot of activity on the ground. as we get our next impulse further off to the west, snow coming in minnesota as an iowa. this will dip into parts of indiana and kentucky and into tomorrow morning. as you see 3:00 a.m. monday, we'll have steady snowfall in parts of kentucky. that said, further off to the south, for the state of tennessee also alabama we're not expecting widespread precipitation or any accumulating snowfall so quiet conditions for them. otherwis
and the south. tonight on "special report," one southern indiana town is said to be completely wiped out. state police say six people are dead so far, but that number is expected to rise. we may be in for some more as the evening progresses. we'll get the late prest the fox weather center in new york and we're working to get live reports and more information for you at the top of the hour. president obama says he is not bluffing when he says america will not allow iran to develop a nuclear weapon. wendell goler has that report. concerning the war the u.s. is already in. jennifer griffin looks at the threat of american troops being murdered by afghans as they are trying to help. a huge controversy over georgetown law student. president obama and rush limbaugh. james rosen will explain. the latest from the campaign trail ahead of supertuesday. "special report" from washington starts at 6:00 eastern. now back to new york and my colleagues with "the five." ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> dana: welcome back to "the five." so yesterday, we all lost a good friend andrew breitbart. we talked a lot about it
victims facing another storm. we are live in indiana. >> the president is defending his right to kill u.s. citizens overseas who engage in terrorism. is it legal? >> are you awake a little too early this morning? sleep on this. the answers to all of your insomnia questions straight from the doctors. e-mail us at friends first at foxnews.com for the first time. fox & friends first starts right now. >> there you are morning glory. welcome to the show. >> it is monday march 5th, 2012. thank you so much for joining us for the debut of fox and friends first. we are excited to be waking up with you every morning at this very time. >> yes, we are. but we have a packed show. so let's get right to your headlines. >>> we begin this morning with a fox news alert. the obama administration set to justify the so-called target kill program using deadly force against american terrorists overseas. >> anna and ainsley good morning to you as well. congratulations on the debut of fox and friends first. >> eric holder is expect to do deliver his speech today. he will be speaking before law students at north
we are just telling new this report tonight that in fact an entire town we believe in indiana has, in fact, been decimated and as we have more word tonight we will continue to bring the very latest on the tornadoes and reports of damage and death as that toll continues to climb. and meanwhile tonight, we are only one day removed from the tragic death of our friend andrew breitbart. as his colleagues, friends and family all come together to remember his legacy, sadly there are those on the left who have refused to allow all of us the time to grieve and, instead, taken the internet and have attempted to smear the conservative new media pioneer. that includes left wing writer mike taibbi. with rolling stone magazine. hours after news of andrew's death he released a disgusting column that reads, andrew breitbart is dead. now here is what i have to say to that and i'm sure breitbart himself would have respected this reaction. good. blank him. i couldn't have been happier. is he dead. joining me now with reaction somebody who was very close to andrew columnist the one and only ann coult
center. powerful storms have left a path of destruction in the state of indiana officials say at least 8 people are dead and we are just getting word from the kentucky governor that five people have died in that state as a result of this storm. and word is that the southern town of marysville, indiana has been completely decimated. now the sheriff from that town said, quote: it is completely gone. joining us now on the phone from henryville, indiana to tell us all about the extent of the damage sustained there and throughout the entire state our very own mike tobin. mike? >> hi, sean. it's remarkable with the intensity of funnel clouds the fact that you can approach one of these strike zones and not think that the damage is that bad. you see a lot of water and see a lot of emergency vehicles until you get right here to the bulls eye. a lot of damage. i'm looking at the damage to a building that had the roof torn off it appears to be a high school and one of the buildings adjacent. trees torn down. the file lage is largely gone because we are still winter. the trees are actually continue
people killed in five states, many of them in indiana, where strong storms reshaped the towns, including henryville. we know that ef-4 tornado destroyed dozens of homes and left a high school there heavily damaged and survivors describing what it was like as a twister dropped out of the skies. >> my kids, i was the adult. we were in the closet and peeking out and huddled together and put pillows on our heads. >> my daughter and i were in the school and i was substitute teaching for the he 6th grade and the part of the building i was teaching in is completely gone. >> a similar situation in kentucky, people are picking through what's left of their homes to see what maybe can be salvaged at this point. mike tobin is live in the hard hit area in kentucky and the late breaking news headline, we have lost angel. >> reporter: yeah, and little angel babcock, the girl found alone in a field separated from her family, we have learned that she has been taken off life support, she had some very severe injuries, including head injuries, and shortly after she was taken off life support, she succumbe
to discipline students outside the walls of the classroom? it is interesting. that's what an indiana bill is proposing. >> the bill states quote a student may be suspended or excelled for engaging an activity off school grounds. that means on weekend, holidays, school breaks even on summer students can get in trouble. >> doesn't have to be a legal trouble either. that leads us to the question of the day out of school in trouble just a sign or over the line? >>> i am seeing this across the country not just in indiana. i have friends who are principals and they already do this. they kick kids out of athletic events if they see a drinking photo on facebook. to me let the parents do their job. i am not condoning any of the behavior kids do outside of class, but it's outside of school property. >> it's like throwing in the towel and saying parents aren't doing the job of parenting they should so we will take control of it. teachers and administrators have enough to worry about. >> how about educating our kids. how about upping the grades and improving academic performance rather than worrying
auto parts maker is adding 120 new employees in indiana. they recently went right to work and they need more to get americans back to work? >> well, exactly. in fact, governor daniels has noted that in indiana, since they've gone to right to work. the jobs fair has gone through the roof and right there, the proof is clear, but, you know, just from a macro standpoint, brenda, it's so obvious to me, look, unions are, by definition, a monopoly. monopoli monopolies, effectively have higher taxes on the company than non-monopolies. we get less and that's exactly what happens when you get stupid things like union wage and unionization. the union employees get more, but there's less jobs to go around and it's funny, the government always cracks down on monopolies, except when it's the case of unions and they want more of it. they need right to work in all 50 states in order to increase the employment rate. >> why would a ceo care about choosing a right to work state over a nonright to work state? >> yeah, and i agree completely with gary b: there's no question we'll see more and more of this.
and a dozen victims in indiana. three people were killed in ohio and one death in both alabama and georgia. and, now, freezing temperatures and snow make the situation more difficult for many survivors, rick reichmuth is live in henryville, indiana, which was so hard hit. rick? >> rick: one of the towns, the list you gave of the different states gives you an idea of how widespread the event was, one of the towns, henryville, and, national weather service officers have done the preliminary investigation and this was an ef-4 tornado that struck the area. i want to give you an idea of the damage that happens in an ef-4 tornado, this is a diner and a school because from the junior high school across the street, that ended up being hit -- excuse me, that bus was thrown across the street into the diner, come out here to the front of out and see the front of the bus, the bus has been ripped off of the chassis, this is the body of the bus, the chassis on the other side, and it goes into the building. seems like this is common here, across the street, is the high school, they've had to fence it off
with disabilities at 1-800-974-6006. >>> this is a fox news alert. storms leaving trails of destruction in indiana, kentucky and ohio, killing at least 20 people. it could continue to rise throughout the night as we receive local updates, some of the worst damage in southern indiana, violent weather there killing at least 14 people, wiping one town off the map and tearing a roof from a high school just days after a storm system triggered dozens of tornadoes and left 13 people dead in illinois, missouri, and kansas. the death toll rising tonight with a violent tornado outbreak across the mid west and southeast. storms killing at least 20 people in indiana, kentucky and ohio. stay with fox news channel for more on this developing story. a. >> i'm not going to argue that point because it absolutely has validity and this may shock you, leslie, you are not saying something that's wrong. here is where you are going wrong, all right? >> okay. >> bill: planned parenthood gives out this stuff and a lot of other clinics that gives it out. if all of the progressives in america feel so strongly about this fun
and debris and the federal emergency management agency touring the areas including in indiana where a dozen were killed. some folks in southern indiana have lived their for decades but this one line of storms has forced them to start from scratch. and now in kentucky the locals are working together to make sure everyone has food and other supplies needed. this show is a temporary shelter for dozens in west liberty, texas, wet of lexington. >> the downtown west liberty is full of activity as we look around. mostly what we have are emergency crews and repair trues and the state police directing traffic and a fuel truck from the national guard and a humvee from the national guard mostly emergency crews and mostly rescue-type personally and repair personal. a lost residents are running because a report want out over local media telling them it is okay but the state police say they do not want the residents returning. and now, downtown every single structure in this town, about 8,300 buildings suffered severe damage and they are probably destroyed. also, the heroes from the course of the storm,
huge portions newscast midwest and southeast tonight. storms leaving a trail of destruction in indiana, ken tucky and ohio, killing at least 20 people. the death toll could continue to rise throughout the night as we receive updates from local authorities. some of the worst damage is in southern indiana. violent weather there killing at least 14 people. in one town, completely wiped off the map and tearing a roof off a high school. this comes just days after a huge storm system triggered dozens of tornados that left 13 dead in illinois, missouri, tennessee and kansas. now back to "on the record." and for all of your headlines, go to foxnews.com. you are watching the most powerful name in news, fox newschannel. stay with us. >> >> oklahoma on super tuesday. the governor has not made an endorsement. will she announce her pick before the primary? good evening. >> reporter: how are you, greta? >> very well. are you going to endorse between now and super tuesday? and if so, do we get the pleasure of having it here? now? >> reporter: i am not planning on endorsing right now. you know, oak is
're watching parts of the country today. there were areas of kentucky and indiana devastated a few weeks ago. and one catching the attention of someone across the country. henryville, indiana, she was protecting her children from the march twister when she was crushed by debris. doctors had to amputate her legs. and they were staying there and people are helping for the home. >> we were all ready to come out and help this morning. >> and bless them. some volunteers, including members of a high school baseball team, coached by stephanie's husband and stephanie's home gets revamped, we're learning the national weather service is having its own upgrade, a new type of radar that provides more accurate tornado forecasts and this hopefully will help save more lives. elizabeth in our atlanta wur bureau, with those storms there had been reports of people not hearing the sirens. >> and forecasters say it's an extra tool, and it will be at 161 sites across the nation, dual polarization. before the forecasters had to predict the storms looking at radar screens and predict the swift wind movements. and
that they were kept at arm's length. as it stands now, indiana republican senator richard lugar will not actually be able to vote for himself in his state's may primary. today a county election board voted along party lines to find lugar and his wife ineligible to vote in their former home district because he does not own a house there or live there. lugar's office blasted the decision, noting the state election commission unanimously ruled his lack of a permanent indiana home does not disqualify him from being on the ballot. as of now, he's on the ballot. but won't be able to cast one. >>> finally, police, firefighters and other trenton city workers were down to their last rolls of toilet paper as a result of a budget battle in the garden state. luckily an emergency appropriation of $16,000 by the city council saved the day. meanwhile, animal rights group peta offered a six-month supply of free toilet paper rolls. the toilet paper donation came with the condition that each sheet would contain a pro vegan message that read in part, wipe cruelty from your diet. >>> from wipes to swipes, there is a
, vermont, virginia and idaho. in ohio, santorum is strongest in the southwest, near the indiana and kentucky border and southeast near pennsylvania. he is ineligible for 18 of ohio 66 nominating delegates because of filing problems. he is running strong in tennessee, and is heavily favored in oklahoma. slams romney as a moderate who contends to be conservative. >> one of the basic issues in the campaign is trust. can you trust someone when they say they will be a strong principled conservative? >> gingrich ignored ohio and other super tuesday states to focus on georgia. he hopes to force himself back to headlines and contention. >> i challenge other candidates to join me in mississippi or alabama for a debate next week. i don't think mitt romney can just hide behind millions of dollars of paid ads. >> ron paul's best bet is north dakota. paul was the only candidate to visit alaska and made stops today in idaho. back in ohio, where the secretary of state doesn't like to make turn-out predictions and going back to 1992, the average has been 2.5 musli2.5 million voters for the prim
dead in indiana after tornadoes swept through southeastern part of the state leaving widespread devastation in one town. of 1900 people were said to be completely gone. that is the town of marysville. they destroyed houses and hospitals and tore off the roof of a prison in alabama. storm damage reported in tennessee. this is two days after the storms killed 13 people in the midwest and the south. this is a massive storm. >> bob: i was out many years ago in a campaign in indiana, and a tornado hit. we were under an underpass. the thing that hit me about it was how loud it is. it literally is like a fast train coming by. >> greg: coming from you, it says something. >> dana: the good news is there are ways to be alerted by them than before. hopefully people are getting undercover. >> andrea: it's sad because a lot of the people after the tornadoes are gone will need a lot of help. that is what government should be designed to do but we are overspent now on stupid thin things. that is what the government should provide to us. >> greg: i'm an earthquake guy. grew up on the west coast
month old angel babcock was found alive in an indiana field. people thought she might survive but she did not. she subsequently died from her injuries. >> joseph babcock, his wife mariah and two of their children were killed in the tornadoes friday. their mobile home torn to sheds. 15-month-old baby found in a field drew national attention, she too became the platest victim sunday after she was taken off life support. the section of this indiana town wiped out along with an entire family. >> bill: check two, more problems for the chevy volt. the electric car is not selling well, production will halt for five weeks. doesn't help that the volt is being mocked on the net. >> the volt was the first car that truly got me excited and looking into the prospect of buying american again. >> yeah, i have heard they are catching on fire in some cases but i found that the fire really helps me get to my destination faster for fear of my life. also, people really move out of the way when giant hunks of metal are hurdling towards them. i'm really proud of what g.m. has been able to accomplish by wor
later on today we're talking about severe weather risk in parts of indiana, illinois and missouri, large hail and wind gusts, isolated tornados can not be ruled out. temperatures 20 degrees above average. 79 in kansas city. jon: folks in illinois have to look for tornado possibilities again today. been rough. >> this time of the year. jon: maria, thank you. president obama once again caught with his microphone on, making not so private comments to another world leader. hmm. why mitt romney is calling mr. obama's remarks to the russian president troubling. ambassador john bolton weighs in. jenna: people rebuilding their lives in the wake of this immense destruction you're seeing on your screen. how one woman is using facebook to help tornado victims reconnect with some of their most precious memories. >> all right. >> come on. jon: these videos are everywhere online. kids gagging and coughing as they try to swallow a spoon full of dry cinnamon. doctors say though, this fad is nothing to laugh at. we'll expose the real dangers behind the so-called, cinnamon challenge. jon: new fallout toda
difficult in parts of indiana. they went from 70 degrease to below freezing. fema and red cross on the ground there as utility crews race to restore power. have a look. >> we don't really realize what destruction is until you see it. >> we heard things like shingles falling off the roof and things breaking. >> i thought it was over. when i laid down i thanked the lord for my children and my life and a good life. >> chaos. looked like a bomb went off. started swirling. jammed on the brakes. covered my head and laid down underneath the dash. the truck was rockin' and rollin' and i thought it would never quick. bill: what was remarkable how much warning people had and still the strong enough storms to kill 39. governor mitch daniels called a state of emergency in 39 county. martha: that is hart breaking. in kentucky a 15-month-old baby was a symbol of hope for tornado survivors. the babely lost her battle in all this. angel babcock was found alive in a field after a twister killed her parents and two of her siblings on friday night. she was flown from their home into that field. an
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in a field some distance from what was left of her family's mobile home in indiana. grandfather telling reporters she suffered massive head injuries she was taken off of life support a few hours ago. her mother, father, brother and two month old sister were killed. russian president putin has claimed victory. he was president in 2000 and 2008 before moving in the prime minister's office due to term limits. a major protest is planned for tomorrow. i am harris falkner. now back to the huckabee special. >> welcome back to forum 3 on jobs. mitt romney will face reaction from three ohioans affected seriously from the economic collapse. michael mcearly, kevin mccain and devon largin. they live where the friendliest people on earth live. i love wilmington. what a nice nice community. clean, hole some town. it's been a delight to be here. mike, you live in this community i am going to let you have the first question for governor romney. >> governor romney. thank you for being here. >> thank you. >> unfortunately the other panel member dave and i have something in common. i lost my son in iraq i
was found alive in an indiana field. people thought she might survive but she did not. she subsequently died from her injuries. >> joseph babcock, his wife mariah and two of their children were killed in the tornadoes friday. their mobile home torn to sheds. 15-month-old baby found in a field drew national attention, she too became the platest victim sunday after she was taken off life support. the section of this indiana town wiped out along with an entire family. >> bill: check two, more problems for the chevy volt. the electric car is not selling well, production will halt for five weeks. doesn't help that the volt is being mocked on the net. >> the volt was the first car that truly got me excited and looking into the prospect of buying american again. >> yeah, i have heard they are catching on fire in some cases but i found that the fire really helps me get to my destination faster for fear of my life. also, people really move out of the way when giant hunks of metal are hurdling towards them. i'm really proud of what g.m. has been able to accomplish by working with the obama administrat
, indiana. we reported it was one of the hardest hit towns from a string of tornados. the hallways and shake look at that. it looks like a bomb hit it. windows shattered and ceiling crumbling down . three people died in henryville. and dozens injured in the outbreak. fox news weather outbreak. a western part of the country big storm. this could bring much needed relief. good news this time. marina molina. it is about to get extreme out west. >> we are looking at a lot of heavy rain in southern california. and south of the san francisco area. and also a lot of snow. you mentioned that this is good news for this area and the reason for that. we are in a drought in california, nevada and in portions of arizona and utah. it is a moisture in the form of snow. we'll see it here and it will melt in the months of spring. good news for you guys, you will look at that precipitation. some of the rainfall is coming down too quickly and so watch out for the fridayed roadways and it will move east ward. you will start to pick up significant snow in areas and we are talking about snowfall in express of a f
. and to indiana, i believe, that has lower tax rates and attracting businesses from other states with higher corporate tax rates and in fact, the issue has been studied a few years ago, the bipartisan joint committee on taxation, says the number one way to see increased growth in the economy, lower the corporate tax rate. we're not doing that. we need to. >> well, jonas, you say though, if you add in, all the deductions and all of that, we're actually pretty fair when it comes, we're right about average, when it comes. >> we're more like-- yeah, because our companies, they're-- we don't have much. for example, a value added tax across most of europe, so their governments take tax along the way by adding the tax at different level of sales taxes by the way and we lob it on to the corporation. and i don't think our system is bad. the problem is other countries are lowering it and our companies stay the say until the 80's and japan was the latest to go down and we almost have to go along and you have no choice and the companies will be flying around and earning somewhere else and the google tec
indiana, 17 delaware. these are the other winner takes allstate. they don't split their vote. >> while gingrich tries to gain steam the president is criticizing the former speaker's plan for $2.50 for gas. >> tell them we are tired of hearing phony election year promises that never come about. what we need is a serious sustained strategy. >> you didn't hear anything about congressman paul right there. he is going to be quiet today. no events planned. back to you. >>> meanwhile it appears that gingrich and santorum want one of the other out of this race, peter. is there any reaction from notably the gingrich plant about some whispers from the santorum people they need him out of this race? >> there's no indication from the gingrich people he has any plans of getting out. say santorum got out. there's no guarantee all of the people supporting santorum are going to immediately jump ship and support gingrich or vice versa. a lot of people might go support romney or somebody else. >>> that is a good point. it seems widely assumed if santorum gets out all of the votes go to newt or vice vers
, indiana whole blocks of homes crushed. you want to keep it on fox news and foxnews.com for the latest weather updates throughout the day today. oil industry giant bp expecting a historic payout that would settle with more than 100,000 victims to the gull oil spill to the do you know of 7.8 billion dollars, one of the biggest class action settlements ever. deep water horizon rig disaster in 2010 killed 11 works and dumped more than 200 million gallons of oil into the gulf. i'm jamie colby, send you back to cavuto on business and keep it right here on the fox news channel. channel. >> these days i'd be happy if d.c. figured out one way, one way to save taxpayers cash. we found out this week, there are 51 easy ways to do it. it's true. there's a report from washington's official money watch dog listing 51 areas of overlap in government programs. cut those out and we'd probably immediately cut out 400 billion dollars of wasted taxpayer cash, or essentially what we spend in about ten or 20 days, i have no idea. anyway, dagen, why aren't they doing it? >> by the way, we're-- >> people who
the gulf coast to the great lakes. and here is all that remains of one town in indiana, some communities completely torn to shreds. rescuers now sifting through the rubble and fear the number of dead may rise. it's a powerful system moving northeast into canada right now. the southeast u.s. may see severe thunderstorms as well today and a threat of more tornados, and we're going to bring you the latest weather warnings that you will need to know throughout the day today, so, keep it right here on the fox news channel. i'm jamie colby, now, back to bulls and bears, keep it on fox. fox. >> it looks like scenes from a war zone. massive storms system leaving a path of destruction across the south and midwest and creating havoc in the east and gary b, the pictures really are devastating and you say even more devastating if he we don't do something right now. what is it? >> absolutely, first of all, brenda, it's tragic and i'm sure everyone feels our hearts go out for all of these people that have been living through this tragedy. it's horrible. but, the real tragedy, brenda, as you allude to,
. >> not a lot of people know this, but you were a two time congressman before the state of indiana before you ended come but did i world. why did you get out? >> too many changes. private life and make dumb jokes on kim car dashian. >> by you, you are changing the world, not for the better. >> congress gone mild to a girl gone wild. >> and colleges leading partying over by playing by leaving to cancun before they advanced to the division three tournament. chose spring break over carlin. they have removed her name from the roster. we're not letting it be distraction. they lost friday night. at least one student athlete that is able to party at the same damn time. ♪ [ laughter ] >> it gets it done. get some sleep little guy. >> party all night. >> the coach here. he didn't find out that carlin decided to blow off the tournament until after the fact. >> i hate teenagers. wait, [ bleep ]. >> i don't think it's the best thing to do but what i should have done, they should have combined her spring break with the basketball game. just have them doing shots. it would have been entertaining for us t
on here? hey, hey, hey! what's going on here? >> lawmakers in indiana are working on a bill to make sure students are never saved by the bell. yep. the new law gives school administrators the power to punish students in school for bad stuff they've done outside of school. that includes summer vacation. the rule also extends to anything they do on personal computers and cell phones. supporters say they need the rule to reduce cyber bullying. >> it's a big issue in schools today. whether or not that's good or bad thing to do. >> from whether or not to the weather! so let's take a look at where it's raining right now and look at this big storm we got all the way from, as you can see, canada and the great lakes. stuart, you're so polite. you're bending back so i can see the map down through the central missouri and mississippi valley approaching the gulf coast. it's currently dry in the east and in the northern plains. where in the northern plains, it's chilly. about two dozen -- it's 21 right now in minneapolis. only 22 in denver and rapid city. here in the big town in new york city, we hav
require it. the state of florida and indiana have tried similar programs before they were stopped by the courts. what they found is less than 1% to 2% of the people that were tested were actually using drugs. and so talking about a very small percentage. the amount that you get for unemployment in arizona is the lowest in the country, about $240 per week. >> my point is for government jobs, i think people have to do this. i mean, i'm trying to figure out what the down side is. maybe we would be helping people who actually have a drug problem. >> well, perhaps. there's money in this bill for funding for drug treatment, yes, but what the federal government has said is that if we go forward with this legislation, that we could very likely lose our federal money for unemployment. so that means, you know, thousands of people in arizona who are on unemployment who aren't using drugs are going to lose the $200 a week that they need to put money on the table, to feed their families and to get back on their feet. >> all right. it's a very interesting debate. >> you know, beauty of our fed
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